Harmonic Fields - MP2013
A symphonic march for 500 wind instruments and a moving audience
Rediscover the simplicity of listening,
Get away from the decibels and megawatts,
Control technology instead of suffering it,
Taste the pleasure of a free circuit,
In the heart of the Calanques National Park in Marseille, Pierre Sauvageot has invented a wind symphony for a moving audience and 500 instruments: harmonic cellos, vibrating drums, windmill glockenspiels, bamboo whistles, propeller sirens, gyrating musical boxes, Balinese scarecrows, chromatic tepees, pentatonic grails, acoustic bows, flute trees, rattlesnake fishing rods…
In tune with our time, without electricity or computer, Harmonic fields is an invitation to take a wondrous journey: a concert which goes beyond a performance, an original sensory experience, a stroll through the very heart of music.
Fool moon special night opening
On Thursday the 25th of April (fool moon night), Harmonic fields will be open to visitors later in the evening and will be the setting of different surprise performances.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 2pm tp 7.30pm and Sunday from 10.30am to 5pm, night opening on Thursday, April 25th until 10.30pm.
Admission fees and rates